National Council of La Raza
The decision comes after years of confusion over its use of "la raza."
"I can't wait to vote," he said as we spoke to him about his first time voting. "I can't wait to make my voice heard."
Latino voters in their late teens through mid 30's could help determine the outcome of this year's presidential election
People aren't sure what the difference is between two separate groups that have "la raza" in their names.
This year NCLR is honoring two political pioneers who have played significant roles in our LGBT community's advancements.
Where's the love for Puerto Rico? Mexico has the numbers, while Cuba has the mystique. They both have the simpatico from the President of the United States too. Meanwhile, Puerto Rico is sinking and shrinking and the love isn't there. What's up with that, Senor Obama and my global Latino brethren?
"This is not about lacking a sense of humor."
Why does it take another senseless death, and the rage and unrest that ensues, for our nation to pay attention to the problems faced by low-income communities and the young men and women of color who live in these areas?
Kenneth Blackwell's op-ed on the economic impact of President Obama's executive action on immigration is yet another example
NCLR president Janet Murguía gave her annual speech, asking Latinos to unite and continue fighting for their rights. And